|Title(s)||Φίλε ὅστις εἶ·|
|Text source||K. Bentein, K. Demoen 2012, The Reader in Eleventh-Century Book Epigrams, in F. Bernard, K. Demoen (eds.), Poetry and its Contexts in Eleventh-century Byzantium, Farnham/Burlington, 69-88: 74-75|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Editorial status||Not a critical text|
'Dear friend, whoever you are:
Keep the paths of your mind straight,
subdue your belly, and your tongue even more.
Seek after the narrow gate of life (Mt 7: 13-14),
flee from the world and become a new man'.
|Number of verses||4|
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|Identification||Vassis ICB 2005, 545: "Versus paraenetici"|